Richard Garet is an artist interested in the evolution and the experience of art that has integrated into the digital file, transposing the medium's own natural distinct and significant constructs while also imposing its own virtual experiential condition. This condition articulates a realm of aesthetics unequivocally glorifying the apprehension of the screen’s luminous emission, the sight through evolving technologies, and the ethereal surface of the screen ultimately merging all mediums.
Diana de Avila|
Diana de Avila (b. 1965, US) is an award-winning artist who has acquired savant syndrome and synesthesia. Her artistic gift arrived suddenly and explosively after a relapse of multiple sclerosis and worsening traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2017. These injuries drastically affected her vision and cognition and compelled her artistic emergence and the creation of a body of work numbering over 1200 pieces of digital art. She creates cosmic digital art rooted in fractal geometry, where quantum physics, chaos theory, and divine order converge. All this without any formal training. She has found her “tribe” within the artistic movement called Techspressionism, founded by Colin Goldberg. Diana creates digital art in both moving and still formats. She has found her most extensive collector base within the world of Crypto Art and NFTs. Diana is the subject and co-author of her new book Soldier, Sister, Savant, which shares the story of her artistic genius and samples of her art from 2017 to early 2021.
My name is Aksana (5Ksana) – NFTartist, HANDcrafted wizard BITCOINART and Fashion designer. I try to make my work beautiful and touch the hearts of people, what they would like to repeat or get for themselves, for decorating an apartment, for beloved kids, etc. I have a diploma in design. I have been working for over 15 years. "NFTART is the nail with which I fasten my ideas."
Abstract Figurative Painter, Digital Creator. Produces images that interact with the Art world language. for his NFTs artworks, uses editing tools and AI to produce statics & dynamic Collages, which explore human technologies and interaction (VR).
Snow Yunxue Fu|
Snow Yunxue Fu is a New York-based international New Media Artist, Curator, and Assistant Arts Professor in the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Using topographical computer-rendered images and installations, her practice merges historical, post-photographic, philosophical, and painterly explorations into the universal aesthetic and definitive nature of the techno sublime. Fu’s work reviews and interviews have been covered in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Arebyte on Screen, Sedition Art, St. Louis Magazine Art Review, Guangzhou Today’s Focus in China, etc. The.Up.Life Magazine and NOOW from Switzerland has ranked Fu as one of the top five contemporary artists in 2018. She was awarded the First Place in the Digital Art Category of the Art Rights Prize in 2020 and was also awarded and the New York University’s Curricular Development Challenge Fund Grant in 2021 for The Post-Photographic 3D Imaging Curriculum she has been developing in the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She participated in residencies such as Lower Manhattan Cultural Council on the Governors Island in New York, the Hatch Residency through the Chicago Artist Coalition, Biocultura Residency in Santa Fe NM, Lexington and Concord Artist Residency in Illinois, and Estudio Nómada’s Mas els Igols Residency in Barcelona, Spain. She has given lectures and presented on her work and research in conferences, symposiums, and institutions around the world including International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), SIGGRAPH, SIGGRAPH Asia in Brisbane Australia, ByteDance (TikTok’s mother company), Agora Digital Art, the Chinese American Art Faculty Symposium, Veritas Forum, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Washington, Tsinghua University, China Academy of Art, and etc. Her new media artworks have also been collected by the Currents Museum of Art in New York, Duende Art Museum in G
ReVerse Butcher is a multi-disciplinary artist with focuses in making Virtual & Augmented Reality art, film-making, unique artist’s books, collages, traditional/digital visual art, writing & performance. She will use any medium necessary to engage and subvert reality until it is less dull and oppressive. When she grows up she wants to be a well-read recluse. She currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.
blackboxdotart is a software engineer, traditional artist (encaustic wax medium) and digital artist. Finding a synergy between technology and art, she explores the latent space of Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) algorithms and other digital manipulation techniques to create artworks that are a collaboration between human and machine. She has an insatiable curiosity and a love of learning new things. She is a founder of Women of Crypto Art (WOCA), and an active member of the cryptoart community as both a cryptoartist herself and an art collector. She is part of the Artist Council for the Museum of Crypto Art (M○C△), a genesis member of NFTs.WTF DAO, and a member of several art collectives including TXU, STATELESS and 105 Collective. She is an artist on DADA.art and co-creator of the Invisible Economy.
SphericalArt is a geometric artist and poet who finds and creates his images inside of 3D polyhedral spheres. He looks for unique arrangements of polygons that hint at an emerging story. He overlays meaning onto the inherent beauty of polyhedral patterns. He also curates as the host of the weekly show, DISCOVERING NFT ARTISTS on the Tokensmart Discord server.
Sam is a multimedia artist who graduated from Cornell University with a BFA and an Architecture Minor in May 2021. In his practice, he explores uncertainty's power as a driver of creation, in how it motivates people to express themselves more clearly to each other. This instinct to create something from nothing parallels the experience of falling asleep. When we close our eyes in the dark, the dark, fuzzy vision that we see is called “Eigengrau,” German for “intrinsic grey.” This color condition precedes all of our dreams and many of our greatest ideas. Sam mirrors this progression in his paintings, starting with a layer of black and building imagery based on what he perceives in the subtle ambiguity of the canvas. Our prehistoric ancestors had a similar experience sitting under the night sky. They built campfires to illuminate their surroundings, and developed new myths and meanings from what little knowledge of the landscape they had. Their methods precede more advanced ways of expressing our visions to each other, and hint at what may lie at the far end of this creative trajectory: the potential to cultivate environments directly from our thoughts and dreams. Sam’s art has been featured in Cornell's Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Piano Craft Gallery, 1stDibs "Escapism" exhibition, and was accepted into the 2020 Best of SUNY and SUNY Chancellor’s Gallery exhibitions. Sam was selected for Cornell’s 2020 Anderson Ranch Painting Scholarship, a \art grant, and the 2020 Edith Adams & Walter King Stone Award.
INA VARE is a glitch and video artist creating conceptual pieces in-between analog and digital worlds. Artworks are created by using VHS camcorders, DV video mixers, 16-bit video game consoles, and circuit-bent gears. Bending and processing analog video signals creates a signature visual style.
Multidisciplinary artist based in the UK. Digital art, photography, sketches and drawings. Creating CryptoArt since 2021.
FakeShamus (Shamus Clisset) rides the multidimensional aether with his 1-million polygon sidekicks, carrying 7 million reasons to hate his life (but he stays positive (mentally, not for covid, *cough-cough*)). The energy he consumes could power the 50 least-populous states for a year and he radiates his heat like a Noctua set up. He’s got 15-20 years in the game of trying to out-do all the minimalists, cubists, and MFA grads via 3D rendering, animations, and physics simulations, all baked out in slam-dunk glory and glistening silver countach. His favorite color is Void and his favorite ice cream is melted. Shamus's work is an obsessive exploration of the trappings and failings of contemporary technology and uncertain identity. Humorously deconstructing iconic pop-cultural landmarks and historical demons is his approach to this critique, while also embodying many of the absurdities he aims to lay bare. FakeShamus is simultaneously the creator and destroyer of his own world, an embodiment of our modern techno-dystopia, and a violent explorer of all potential futures.
I'm an international multi-award-winning motion graphics artist with over 15 years of experience working in a wide arrange of mediums from television, movies, and immersive tech. Over my career, I have done work for Epic Games, Marvel, Warner Bros, & Happy Madison to name a few. Notable works include Iron Man 1, Lego Batman 2, Transformers, NFL on FOX, Power Rangers, Fantastic Four, Deadliest Catch, and My Little Pony. I also create weekly tutorials on Youtube which is my way of giving back and educating my community in my workflows and techniques I've learned throughout my career. I also speak at a variety of conferences around the world including NAB, Siggraph, Adobe Max and more.
Music and multimedia art duo Studio Nouveau formed in May 2020, intending to explore NFTs as a medium for the scarce ownership of music, multimedia video art, and as a means to decorate the metaverse with 3D digital sculptures. Studio Nouveau's genesis project was their multimedia music album "Audiovisual," released track by track on SuperRare between July and September 2020. Each track is a single edition audiovisual NFT. Their recently finished second album, "In Motion," is a multi-platform release also minted track by track as single edition NFTs.
Jennifer Panepinto has been a professional graphic designer and illustrator for the better part of the past two decades. She has worked for Fortune 500 companies and leads her life with an entrepreneurial spirit. Jennifer holds a BFA from Pratt Institute in Photography, and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in Design. Jennifer’s visual art combines analog and digital processes, and often plays around with negative space. Her work is heavily influenced by mental health concepts. Jennifer is also inspired by the conscious mind and metaphysics, a theme present in her work.
TRANSMASC MULTIDISCIPLINARY ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER IN LOS ANGELES. SHOOTING FILM
Ogi is an artist, an animator, a designer - a world creator. These worlds are a comprehensive meme-constructs of the psych neuro schema, heralding directly from the umwelt. Ogi is working with meta-narrative, sowing mythos of the psychohistory through the digital metaverse. Fascinated with immersive and it’s content rich, meta-reality multi-media narrative, integration and responsive workflow Ogi synergises the hi-tech nature of VR and CG digital with meticulous handcrafted work. Through the creative practice Ogi strives to explore newfound horizons which VR brings to us, shaping our collective conscious with new pathways for imagination and communication. To blaze a beacon of possibility for future gen. With the power of VR and the way of animation Ogi creates new worlds and meta-realities. Chorismos is such a world….
Isa Kost was born in Italy and lives in Milan. She has studied art and graduated with a degree in Architecture. She is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Kost dedicates herself to research projects in contemporary art. In her works, she experiments with both analogical techniques such as printing, collage and photography, as well as digital techniques. Her approach is to take a trip and see herself as an explorer of the contemporary world similar to those who set out to discover new lands or new species of plants and animals. She is a lover and experimenter of data visualisation.
LoVid is composed of the fabled New York artist duo Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus. Their award-winning transmedia work juxtaposes virtual and physical experience, and has been compared to visual ASMR, psychedelic sea creatures and unhinged quilting projects. To create the deeply-layered NFTs in this exhibition, they employ a kaleidoscopic range of technologies and processes from synesthetic composition and electrical engineering, to analog synthesizer video, to glitch and noise, to wearable design and stained glass. In the video below, they share a behind-the-scenes look into their studio, where the multi-dimensional magic happens. These activated pieces embrace the dualities of virtual and physical, material and simulation, fantasy and reality, hope and despair, and connectivity and isolation. LoVid's performances, video, and media installations have been presented worldwide, from MoMA, the New Museum, and the Museum of the Moving Image, to avant-garde institutions like Issue Project Room and The Kitchen. They have received grants and support from Rhizome, Franklin Furnace, Elastic City, Wave Farm, The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Experimental TV Center, and LMCC; and awards from NYSCA, NYFA, Foundation for Contemporary Art, and Greenwall Foundation; and residencies with STEIM (Netherlands), Harvestworks, Eyebeam, Smack Mellon, and Cue Art Foundation. LoVid’s videos are distributed by EAI (Electronic Arts Intermix) and NFTs are represented by PostmastersBlockchain.
Bri Romano is a Full Time International Award Winning Photographer + Multidisciplinary Artist for the last 15 years and counting. Her main focus and accolades have been celebrated in Fine Art and Conceptual Photography; with an emphasis on High Fashion. Bri is currently evolving her artworks and imagery into the Metaverse and Web 3 - continuing to bring her unique visions to life. Bri has expressed color, shadows, lines, architecture, and poetry play a large role in bringing inspiration to her artworks.
Yebu-Tonu (yebutonu) is a 3D artist from Toronto, Canada currently living in Berlin. Originally starting his career-path in neuroscience, he researched rodent psychopharmacology and human brain mapping. After withdrawing from graduate school, his academic experiences became the pulsion toward new horizons, asking questions that cut across technical art and the subject.Self-taught with only a professional background in the sciences, Yebu-Tonu began experimenting with a variety of digital art methods until he found his calling in 3D. Inspired by certain themes in psychoanalysis, Yebu-Tonu became interested in the "conversation" between figures compositionally to "tell" a story or drama. Today, his work experimentally interrogates with volatile bodies, fantasy, unconscious theatre, and points of impossibilities from a subjective position.
In 2019, with over a decade of experience in the film industry, I decided to turn my photographic eye towards the stranger parts of my imagination. This began a journey into the weird sci-fi worlds I have since been producing. The bizarre mix of utilitarian surrealism and influences from sci-fi art and industrial photography has proved to be alluring for writers, musicians, and other filmmakers I have been lucky enough to work with the last few years.
I am a freelance illustrator, printmaker and animator.
Savannah Spirit (b. Los Angeles) is a New York based photographer, artist and curator. Savannah’s work has been seen in selected publications such as Forbes, The Abolitionist, The Nation, LA Weekly, BOMB, Vice, W, Dazed, Billboard, and Huffington Post. Savannah has been photographing civil rights issues since 2012 starting with the Occupy Wall Street movement to BLM 2020. A selection of these works are in the collection at the Henry Ford Museum. Savannah’s private collectors reside in Rome, Sao Paolo, London, Miami, New York and Los Angeles. She also is in the permanent collection at Tom Ford's Houston flagship store. In her series “I Am My Own Muse” Savannah reclaims her body & power on social media through voyeurism and objectification by setting her own body politic. She subverts the power dynamics of photographer and subject. By minting her work on the blockchain as NFTs, she cements its existence in the metaverse. In her NFTs, Spirit breathes life into her self-portrait series, creating moving images that exist in the metaverse, on social media and in framed tangible video. New NFT drops coming in 2022. Since 2009, Savannah as curator has been helping emerging artists showcase their work in exhibitions in real life and online - from intimate art studio shows - to the independent gallery in New York City. Savannah is presently the co-founding curator of dontdelete.art, a website showcasing artists’ all over the world whose work has been banned or deleted on social media.
A. L. Crego walks comfortably in the midpoint between the stillness of the picture and the continuous but condemned to an end frames of the film. This self-taught digital artisan, utilizes impressive loops to directly represent his very own mental images in gif format generating an hypnotic visual mantra. Understanding the web as the new street, Crego also collaborates with many street artists in a bid to give motion to their pieces in this new digital walls. He is considered one of the pioneers of street art gifs. He also works with Augmented Reality apps, playing with the new born "digital public space" and making questions about the concept of museums, art and even reality. For Crego, gif format is not only a way of creating and watching art but a new way of thinking.
Daïm is a researcher and reifier of timeless mathematical wonders, a nuanced conductor of intricate algorithmic systems, and a collaborative curator of endless AI GAN vistas. His approach to art is inseparably intellectual and spiritual at once, with many of his works seeking to convey the improbably anthropic conceptions of beauty found within mathematics and complex systems that subtly whisper to us of the divine. His works have been exhibited internationally since 2015 and appear in several notable collections, including the Museum of Crypto Art, the Government of Hungary, and Metakovan.
Transmedia artist Carla Gannis’ current “Yonder” series addresses the entangled crises of our contemporary tangible and virtual selves. She represents her thoughts on selfhood as it is expressed within the radical phenomenology provided by the advent of mixed reality. Her work has been presented by Times Square Arts and Whitney Museum of American Art, Artport. Recent speaking engagements include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Cooper Union and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
NY Based Motion Designer with 7+ years of experience as a creative problem solver for clients across music and entertainment industries. My spectrum of work has included Design, Animation, and Creative Direction while working closely with music artists to embody a fresh and engaging experience for fans in the digital space. 2020 Webby Award Winner and NFT Enthusiast.
Daniel Ambrosi is recognized as one of the founding creators of the emerging AI art movement and is noted for the nuanced balance he achieves in human-AI hybrid art. Based near Silicon Valley in Half Moon Bay, California, Ambrosi has been exploring novel methods of visual presentation for over 40 years since entering the Program of Computer Graphics at Cornell University where he earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree and a Masters in 3D Graphics. In 2011, Ambrosi devised a unique form of computational photography that generates exceptionally immersive landscape images. More recently, Ambrosi's "Dreamscapes" build upon his previous experiments by adding a powerful new graphics tool to his artistic workflow: an enhanced version of “DeepDream,” a computer vision program evolved from Google engineers’ desire to visualize the inner workings of Deep Learning artificial intelligence models. With proprietary access to a customized version of DeepDream expressly modified by two brilliant software engineers, Joseph Smarr (Google) and Chris Lamb (NVIDIA), to operate successfully on his giant images, Ambrosi has been empowered to develop large scale artworks that display exquisite sensitivity and intricacy. Ambrosi's engaging AI-augmented artworks and grand format landscape images have been exhibited at international conferences, art fairs, and gallery shows, installed in major tech offices, featured in multiple publications, and are collected by enthusiastic patrons worldwide.
Zazulete Anuca Romanța is a Romanian artist and esoterist born in Bucharest, deeply rooted in the colorful, fascinating energy of her birth place. A Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture and a Master of Science in Psychology, she has been incorporating a multi-disciplinary approach in her artistic persona, through painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital arts and multimedia. Recently, she has focused on color and texture, using different and surprising techniques, currently drawing her inspiration from the esoteric field, sacred geometry, archetypes and mystic symbolism, together with an everlasting love and exploration of nature and people.
Connor Campbell (LEViT∆TE) is a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles, with both established art and music careers. LEViT∆TE specializes in CG/CGI and has made visual content for music labels such as UKF, Noisia's, Division Records, Zeds Dead's, Deadbeats, Tchami's Confession and many others. He has also toured the US playing audiovisual shows of his own music and visual content. LEViT∆TE's origin NFT was minted on Superrare in August 2020 and since then he has amassed a notable and dedicated base of collectors on both Superrare and MakersPlace. He was also included in the 60 artist project "Artvatars" in March of 2021 which sold over 6700 unique NFTs on their genesis release. LEViT∆TE pieces tend to show inspiration from dystopian and futuristic sci-fi aesthetics and are known to be cinematic in presentation and composition.
Award-winning visual artist living w/ terminal cancer, navigating what it means for her art and future. A painter in oils and digital, Arabella has participated in group and solo shows around the world, and has received a few grants and residencies. Pop Surrealism, Biomorphism, Magical Realism, and New Contemporary; she has had a number of labels.
Doris Rodriguez is an award winning interdisciplinary visual artist born in Santiago, Dominican Republic and based in Brooklyn, New York. Doris has exhibited nationally and internationally and has been an artist in residence at the Art Center / South Florida, the Art Hub in Abu Dabhi, and The Bakehouse Art Complex in Wynwood, Miami. "Everyday urban scenes and moments in life are the main subjects of my work. I am concerned with issues relating to the urban experience, personal and social intimacy, economical and social hierarchy, isolation, identity and how politics, culture and media affect our perception of ourselves and each other. Painting the subject out of their environment, elevating them from the reality in which they live in to another context, related to their relationship to the larger world. The narratives that flow through my work are drawn from my subjects, social and news media, and my personal life experiences. I seek to portray my subjects with dignity and with the beauty, humanity and power I see in them."
Marc-O-Matic is an Australian Multidisciplinary Artist, AR/VR Auteur, Animator and Technologist who explores fusions between hand analogue Illustrative Art, 3D and Immersive AR/VR Media. Transforming static drawings into elaborate Artworlds and made explorable through Virtual and Augmented Reality. His approaches to experiential Art & Storytelling have showcased internationally throughout South Korea, Japan and the US, including, Adobe Symposium, Siggraph Asia, South by South West, GDC and Silicon Valley's VR Association.
Swoon’s work centers the transformative capacity of art as a catalyst for healing within communities experiencing crisis.“For me, Swoon is not quite a name but more like a code word for the trickster’s belief in miracles. If you break a rule over here and move a boundary over there, and have a moment of creative play, and create something of beauty—through all of those actions, combined with a lot of dedication, you can start to create little cracks in the facade of impossibility and inevitability. Through those cracks little possibilities come up, and they ask to be born. And then they’re born and they start unifying and linking with each other, and that’s a really powerful force. And that’s the force I live my life by.” - Swoon
Artist in Light. Exploring interconnected qualities within the space of existence using manual camera techniques & conceptual practice. Drawing upon traditional still & cinematic methods, Gisel uses a digital 4×5 exploring paths of light that have not yet been developed, highlighting the space between the shutter and time within capture. Intersecting her instinct and technical capabilities she is capturing upon earthly circadian rhythms within a sea of algorithmic influence. Based in NY & Williamsburg Brooklyn she is founder of OFF/ON, ICE CREAM GALLERY co-founder WOCA (Women of Crypto Art) advisor to TheVerseVerse, and photography ambassador to KnownOrigin. Gisel leads artistic community initiatives & explores new paths towards autonomy for creatives.
Claudia Hart emerged as part of a generation of 90s intermedia artists examining issues of identity and representation. Since the late 90s when she began working with 3D animation, Hart embraced these same concepts, but now focusing on the impact of computing and simulations technologies. She was an early adopter of virtual imaging, using 3D animation to make media installations and projections, and later as they were invented, other forms of VR, AR and objects produced by computer-driven production machines. At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she is a Professor, she developed a pedagogic program based on her practice - Experimental 3D - the first dedicated solely to teaching simulations technologies in an art-school context. Hart’s works are widely exhibited and collected by galleries and museums including the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Metropolitan Museum. Her work has been shown at the New Museum, produced at the Eyebeam Center for Art + Technology, where she was an honorary fellow in 2013-14, at Pioneer Works, NY, where she a technology resident in 2018, and at the Center for New Music and Audio Technology, UC California, Berkeley where she is currently a Fellow. . She lives in New York, is represented in the US by bitforms gallery and is married to the media artist Kurt Hentschlager.
Born in Italy, I've studied traditional art and worked as a cook for several years. In 2014 I've started learning digital art and in 2016 to draw on dada.art. Since 2017 I'm studying and experimenting sustainable farming methods and in the past two years I'm also applying them in my regenerative agriculture project, regrò.
"Design is about magic. It should be measured with your soul, not your intellect." Sergio Mannino's passion for design comes from his mentorship under Radical Design Masters such as Ettore Sottsass and Remo Buti. After graduating, Sergio decided to move to NYC for a one-year experience, to be followed by one year in Tokyo. Twenty years later, Tokyo is still waiting, and New York has become his permanent home. Sergio's work is clearly influenced by the Italian Radical Design experiences of the 70s and 80s. He was already Remo Buti's teaching assistant before graduating and, as a mentor for his final thesis, he called Ettore Sottsass. With him, he designed a series of houses in Warsaw, Poland.
Multidisciplinary art+design practice focused on abstract art and virtual architecture
May is a photographer, her work ranges from nature, wildlife, travel, urban and street photography . Her passion in the art of photography is to tell stories and freeze moments. May is also passionate about conservation and preservation of nature so we can leave the earth a better place for future generations.
Alfredo Salazar-Caro is a creator living/working between Mexico City, NYC, and Online. His works are an amalgamation of Portraiture, Installation, Documentary, Video, XR, Social Sculpture and Specular Architecture. Salazar-Caro is co-creator and creative director of DiMoDA, The Digital Museum of Digital Art. DiMoDA is a groundbreaking project that functions as a VR institution and exhibition platform dedicated to the development of XR Art.His work has been exhibited internationally.
Bella aka Piano and the Fox|
I have 6 years experience working as a animator and designer with high profile clients. I currently live in London. There you will find me in various studios scattered over the city, usually creating my latest 2D or 3D animation projects. I like mixing 3d and 2d styles, I have both good knowledge of 2d/ 3d modern design softwares such as Cinema 4d and After Effects. As visual style I like to keep my design super clean, bold and eye catching.
LaJuné McMillian is a new media artist, and creative technologist creating art that integrates performance, virtual reality, and physical computing to question our current forms of communication. LaJuné was previously the Director of Skating at Figure Skating in Harlem, where they integrated STEAM and Figure Skating to teach girls of color about movement and technology. While at Eyebeam, they will create The Black Movement Project, an online library equipped with 3D black character base models and motion capture data from black performers previously unrepresented in available databases. They spoke with Salome Asega, Assistant Director of POWRPLNT, Curatorial Advisor of REFRESH, and Eyebeam alum.
BlooWoods is a motion designer, 3D artist, and animator based in beautiful Atlanta, Georgia. His work features mechanistic android forms paired with emotionally compelling vivid scenery. With a six-year video editing background, he has developed a niche in creating affluent content and is passionate about innovative design.
My artistic alter ego, Nogland, is the result of an intense desire for freedom from the restriction of regimented environments and total immersion in self directed learning and experimentation. Pieces can vary from nightmarishly morbid, to whimsically cute - and a highly colorful, occasionally grotesque, surreal style reflects an inner world in which no rules apply. Created with an intent to poke fun at modern day society and standards, Nogland is sure to provoke a lasting reaction, regardless of the viewer's aesthetic opinion.
A Dominican-American artist exploring his most inner meditative conversations, stories and comments on society with Abstract Expressionism. Using his traditional art and design background, he creates his digital art with feeling, color and motion in mind. Constantly seeking a way to convey his thoughts through art and explore the ever evolving human experience of meditation in vivid visual motion.
Immersed in arts and music culture from a young age, it didnt take long before realising my career path was that of a creative one. Drawing doodles in maths class was always the way. Hailing from the heart of the UK, originally a passion project, my alias Chant came about over many years of having seen the impact of arts and music on people and its power to release and create powerful feelings. Not only that, its a super fulfilling and fun job. Tapping into the collective buzz and engaging with the emotional world around never ceases to amaze me time and time again. There is such a magic in the air with creators and artists right now, with the NFT world moving so fast. There is a real sense of community and it is great learning from each other and expanding constantly. Creating ripples in an ever changing new world, my main focus is on turning dreams and visions into elaborate, crystalline creations.
M.River & T.Whid Art Associates|
MTAA (M.River & T.Whid Art Associates) is a Brooklyn-based conceptual and digital art duo. MTAA was founded in 1996. Their often humorous studies of networked culture, the economics of art, and digital materials take the form of web sites, videos, installations, sculptures and digital images. Their work has been presented at The New Museum, MoMA PS1, The Whitney Museum of American Art, SFMoMA, Postmasters Gallery in NYC, and The Getty Center in LA.
Amy Kurzweil is a New Yorker cartoonist and the author of Flying Couch: A Graphic Memoir. She is a Fall 2021 Berlin Prize fellow with the American Academy in Berlin, and a 2019 Shearing Fellow with the Black Mountain Institute. Her writing, comics, and cartoons have also been published in The Believer Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Longreads, Literary Hub, Wired, Catapult, and elsewhere, and address the confluence of art, futurism and technology. Kurzweil has received fellowships from MacDowell and Djerassi, and has been teaching comics and writing for over a decade, previously at Parson School of Design and F.I.T. in Manhattan.
Deep Media Veteran working in NYC since 2002 - NFT Artist since 2019.
Hello, I’m a digital and film nature photographer splitting time between Iowa and Colorado. I use a camera to showcase nature, create visually stunning art, and present alternative perspectives of our world. Photography gives me the motivation to keep learning, exploring and sharing. My work has been categorized as showcasing nature in a dramatic and real way. I have a background in art festivals, commercial work, collaborations with other artists, and work published in magazines. This has led me on an amazing journey to capture the world and share it with others. Sincerely hope you find something that connects with you!
Illustrator, designer, iconographer, listener, and pal.
Infinite Mantra By Linzy (Lindsay) Kokoska Linzy is an intuitive surreal digital artist inspired by esoteric, spiritual and mystical connections she encounters. Her art creates a channel to these energies, where dreams become reality.
Rooted in graffiti, animation & skateboarding, Process blends his experience of these forms between subject, surface & medium, carving marks, movement and colour into his work. Interacting with a wide variety of materials and subject matter, his current work explores the medium of concrete to create visually compelling works that collide these lifelong passions, to create unique forms and imagery.
Lykai (Lee Kai Ling)|
Malaysia born, France based multidisciplinary Business Development and Marketing Consultant with a background mainly in art and fashion; extending into a self-taught CGV Artist and Digital Creative Developer since December 2020. Lykai has directed and constructed CG artwork/environment for NFT, fashion collections & product campaigns. Her first blockchain dedicated artwork [ Rafflesia Dilemma ] was nominated in TheOne.art Global Digital Art Contest in Shanghai in November 2021. Evolving extensively in the virtual layout, she recently acquired a degree in Blockchain Revolution Specialization from INSEAD Paris. Her work bears different configuration branches with a deep sense of mother earth, impactful colours and esoteric shaping.
For artists, new media can create two things. The first is a novel set of tools to represent established visual ideas; the shiny new oil paints of the Renaissance led to shiny new renditions of the Baptism of the Virgin. The second is the realization that new materials create new art forms, which both annihilate and embrace the old ones. Picasso fractured the constructed object-in-space of the Renaissance, thanks to the museums. Now, not lapis lazuli in linseed oil, but light, not found objects, but found digital configurations. The unfolding of art through time is both metaphorical and simply concrete. A work of digital art starts at 0:01 and finishes at 1:22 and we can prove it. Can the matter of art be created and destroyed? My work is an ongoing meditation on the shape of this question. My vocabulary of metamorphizing forms, textures, colors and paradoxical spaces may suggest some soaring metaphysical intelligence, or a small moment on an ancient forest floor where the heroine is getting her nails very dirty digging into a story. I create my own soundtracks, and animate my own images. Forms, sounds and time appear as a single organism to the viewer, but appearances are deceptive. They are a result of my method - "Disegno" as they used to call it.
For me, Art is an endless journey, towards places freed by the artist who generated them. My journey as an artist starts with static and one-dimensional shapes designed on flat and silent surfaces. Then, the magic happens: a wave of bright colors breaks the silence and grants movement, bestows life. I believe my paintings are open to more than one interpretation, their meaning is not obvious, I would dare to say rather ambiguous. The multiplicity of colors conveys joy, liveliness, but also confusion and restlessness. Only those who have the patience to continue observing the scene will be able to go beyond the first impressions and find a multitude of meanings.
Inspired by minimalism, surrealism and ubiquitous sculptural forms, Jessica reimagines the world through a contemporary art lens. Her work aims to evoke peace & calm, whilst bending the concept of reality as we know it; playing with the line between the real and surreal. Jessica has been active in the creative industry since 2010, working closely with some of the world’s leading brands. She has had art featured across the globe, including in Vogue Australia, Art Premium magazine Paris, 1stDibs Introspective NYC, Akasaka Tokyo, Slowdown Studio LA and in Cryptoportal – Prague’s first NFT art gallery.
2022 Sony World Photography Award Winner Over 20 years experience in Marketing, Advertising & Photography. My art is a vehicle of storytelling & cultural expression of my nomadic journey.
I am a digital abstract artist that creates ethereal worlds of color. My art focuses on throwing your sense of reality away and transporting you into a moment of time or feelings of a memory.
F. H. Rowell is a multidisciplinary artist from Dublin. Her work explores connections between the process of creativity and the act of contemplating simple everyday processes in the world around us.
An Australian photographer for more than 20 years, I make small collections about big ideas.
Ana Maria Caballero|
Ana Maria Caballero is a first-generation Colombian-American poet and writer. Her work has won the Beverly International Prize for Literature and Colombia’s José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize. She’s been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and been a finalist for the Academy of American Poets Prize. Her poems question romanticized motherhood and notions that present female sacrifice as a virtue. She believes poems should be valued as works of art and cofounded poetry NFT gallery theVERSEverse to make it happen.
John F. Simon, JR.|
John F. Simon, Jr. is a visual artist known as an innovator in Software Art. His seminal work "Every Icon" was included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial. Simon received a BA in Studio Art from Brown University and a MFA in Computer Art from School of Visual Arts. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Guggenheim Museum. Simon’s publication, Drawing Your Own Path is an account of the artists’ daily drawing meditation practice as a creative source. His daily drawings can be followed on his site: iclock.com
Creative photography. NFT artist
NFT Artist. Digital artist. Discover unusual Art with deep meaning and emotions with a huge amount of detail. In some artworks, you can see elements of real scanned paintings. Mix digital and hand drawing technique. Each artwork is unique and is not used anywhere else. Some abstract artwork created to be used as wall art especially for interior designers. Video works can be used for digital wall in interiors. "A non-existent universe lives inside me. I want to share with you what I see through my artwork. Just try to imagine..."
free of style meta-morphosis
Carlos Maseda is an artist from Venezuela, currently living in Mexico City, everybody calls him TopoMaseda. He have been working in the music industry as a photographer, music videos director, documentarist and a musician for the past 12 years, mostly with his band VINILOVERSUS, a rock project from Caracas, Venezuela, they have been nominated twice to the Latin Grammys and won one. He have also had the opportunity to direct videoclips of several bands, going on tours with them, photo shoots, cover arts for singles, covering live shows and creating content for their social networks. He was selected by the project WHO WE ARE by Obscura Dao, where 100 photographers made the first portrait collection of the web3 community. He was selected in a few festivals (Nashville Film Fest, Rio de Janeiero Web Festival, Miami Web Festival) for screening and other awards with WHO IS? Project, a web series that portraits creators and artist in their natural habitat, the script is wrote by him & the artist via a questionnaire. Also he have been creating content for other brands like, Venmo, Pepsi, Comex among others, and I was lucky enough to work with Nike creating content during the Women’s World Cups 2019 in France for the brand and for some influencers with the goal of spread awareness of Womens football (soccer) in Mexico and the world. He has been helping other ones to tell their story with his photographs, music videos, documentaries and video pieces. Now he is deep diving and focused in tell his story as creator & photographer. He is very proud of the body of work he hace done in his journey, and now, very happy to share it with you.
Sophie Kahn is an Australian/British/American sculptor and digital artist, based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work addresses technology's failure to capture the unstable human body. She grew up in Melbourne, Australia, and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She earned a BA (Hons) in Fine Art/History of Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London; a Graduate Certificate in Spatial Information Architecture from RMIT University, Melbourne; and an MFA in Art and Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.Past residencies include the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, and Pioneer Works, Brooklyn. Sophie was recently an artist in residence with the Studio Program at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York (paused due to COVID). Sophie has exhibited her artwork in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo, Osaka and Seoul. Her video work has been screened in festivals including Transmediale, Zero1 San Jose Biennial, Dance Camera West, Trampoline, Frequency, Currents New Media Festival and the Japan Media Arts Festival. Sophie has taught in the Department of Digital Arts at Pratt Institute as a Visiting Associate Professor, and at Columbia College, Chicago, as a visiting instructor.
Born in Ukraine, Ekaterina (Eka) Lestienne is a French digital artist, creator of a colorful world full of positive vibes. As an intuitive artist, Eka is passionate about the harmony of colors. Her works are unique, vibrant and sparkling. Eka melds the pieces of digitally transformed images together, mixing them with other media creating an intuitive fresh layered imagery. She seeks to share her vision of the world of happiness and joy. The magic of colors she creates is capable of boosting motivation and of increasing vital energy. For this reason her works were called "energy powerhouses". In love with our planet, Eka opted for zero waste digital art practice. Eka’s artistic goal is delivering one message: beauty is everywhere and it is intense. Her works are artistic conversations addressing many different subjects. She celebrates beauty in all shapes in her work and reinforces ideas about optimistic vision of the world, inspiring others.
Chris Kore (b.1993) from Lviv, Ukraine is a digital dreamer and multidisciplinary artist. She is interested in the intersectional relation between technology, art, and science; in the exploration of an ever-changing mediated reality and its influence on human perception. In 2014 she graduated with a bachelors’ degree in Architecture and Environmental Design from Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine. A year later Chris moved to The Netherlands and in 2019 graduated with a bachelors’ degree in Graphic Design from the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague. Chris Kore specializes in art direction, concept development, 3D animation, digital art, creative coding and video post-production. Her works touch the philosophical and psychological sides of our technological nature, question the expanding development of Artificial Intelligence, mixed realities and our digital traces. She has won several prizes, such as the independent Stroom Encouragement Award 2019 (NL), Icarus Award 2019 (NL), 2nd Prize Niio x AI Art Prize 2019/20 (IL). Chris Kore exhibited her works in DeSchool, Amsterdam (NL); Theater Amsterdam (NL); TodaysArt Festival, The Hague (NL); TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht (NL); Bureau Europa, Maastricht (NL); MAMA, Rotterdam (NL); ARTCATCH Gallery, Utrecht (NL); Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem (NL); The Grey Space in the Middle, The Hague (NL); W139, Amsterdam (NL); Electric Artefacts (UK). Chris is an official artist at Thursday’s Child Global platform (UK), Niio (IL) and INSTITVTE Studio (IT). She was commissioned to create digital video artworks for Capitol Records (US), Astralwerks Records (US), TivoliVredenburg (NL), VICE Creators (NL), ØLÅF (NL), Colin Benders (NL), Albert van Abbe (NL) and The Karman Project (DE). Chris Kore was featured at Fontanel Dutch Design Talents (NL) and NOWNESS (UK).